Weekly Web Wrap
December 18th, 2009

Recovery Zone Bonds for a Project that Won’t Aid Recovery
(Clawback)
City Approves Plan for More Electricity Submetering
(PULP Blog)
Cartoonist’s Take on Juvenile Criminal Detention Centers
(Matt Davies)
City Court Date Reporting System is Paperless
(Change.org)
Crowdsourcing Map Tool for Non-Emergency Reporting
(Urban Omnibus)
Bloomberg Inspired by Danish Offshore Wind Farms
(Inhabitat)
New Pro-Bono Design Firm for Non-Profits and Community Groups
(DesigNYC via Core77)
New Guide to Street Vendor Rights
(BLDGBLOG)
Going Green in the South Bronx
(Planet Green via Huffington Post)
MTA Would Still Be in Current Mess with Congestion Pricing
(NY Fiscal Watch)
Voting for City Software Application Competition Now Underway
(NYC BigApps via Open NY Forum)

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